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In assembly, the counselors and associates kept professional system and approved changing club's name and colors. Yale and Ypiranga were suggested, but Cruzeiro Esporte Clube was chosen to honor the biggest symbol of Brazil, the constellation of Crux.
The idea was from Oswaldo Pinto Coelho. However, the club kept playing as "Palestra Mineiro" until , when the local Federation approved the new statutes.
Later in , Cruzeiro were runner-up in the Campeonato Brasileiro again, this time losing to Internacional. Cruzeiro went on to be runners-up of the same competition in , being defeated in the finals by Boca Juniors , also of Argentina.
After tasting success in the s and s, Cruzeiro entered a dark period in the s. With the exception of a couple of Campeonato Mineiro wins, the club won no other championships in the s, and had its worst performances in the Campeonato Brasileiro, 33rd in and 29th in In the s a new era began, and a year sequence of at least one title per year was initiated.
This included six of the club's seven international championships and a Campeonato Brasileiro With points earned during the season, and just over goals scored in 46 matches, it was one of the most successful campaigns ever by a club in a Brazilian championship.
From to Cruzeiro have only won one major tournament four times : the Campeonato Mineiro , , , However the club finished in the top five of the Campeonato Brasileiro in , , and , guaranteeing a spot in the Copa Libertadores for four consecutive years , , and In , after a great campaign in the Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A, Cruzeiro took the second place and qualified for the Copa Libertadores da America for Cruzeiro's biggest success in recent years was reaching the finals of the Copa Libertadores , however, they lost to Estudiantes de La Plata 2—1.
In Cruzeiro lost Campeonato Mineiro again, despite displaying a good game against smaller clubs. Copa do Brasil started promising but Cruzeiro was knocked out by future champion Flamengo in the quarterfinals.
After the elimination Cruzeiro went all in to Campeonato Brasileiro and was crowned champion for the third time, this time four rounds before the championship ended, playing an offensive and intense game that led many, including press  and runners-up,  to attribute the title many rounds before the mathematical confirmation.
Cruzeiro's season was even more successful. It started with Cruzeiro winning the Campeonato Mineiro without losing a single match in the whole competition.
In the Copa Libertadores da America, Cruzeiro was knocked out, in the quarter finals, by future champion San Lorenzo de Almagro , being the last remaining Brazilian team in the competition.
This loss did not prevent Cruzeiro to lead the Campeonato Brasileiro for almost the whole competition, being crowned champion for the fourth time and becoming the second team not from Rio de Janeiro nor Sao Paulo to win the Campeonato Brasileiro twice in a row.
When Cruzeiro was still known as Palestra Italia, the home shirt colour was green. The first home kit was an improvised dark green shirt, with white shorts and green stockings.
The shorts continued to be white, but the green stockings now had red and white details, similar to that of the Italian flag.
This particular uniform was used up until The light green color of the shirt would later give the team the nickname "periquito", Portuguese for parakeet.
The shirt began to feature horizontal stripes, with the club crest in the center. The club also began to be called "tricolor" instead of "periquito".
In Cruzeiro played one game under the name Ypiranga, and for this game a blue shirt with a central horizontal stripe was used. The shirt used then was an all blue shirt with a large white v-neck scapular design.
The shorts and stockings were white. In , due to bad stadium lighting, Cruzeiro began to use an all-white shirt during night games.
The shirt, which featured blue details and blue shorts and white stockings, was used for nine years. The uniform was not used in many games.
In the shirt, instead of using its normal crest Cruzeiro simply used the five stars, in the crest, loose on the shirt. In Cruzeiro had the first ever company logo on its shirt; it was the shirt manufacturer's logo, which was Topper.
Medradao was only used on the away shirts . In the center of the crest was a white circle with the letters P and I inside it. Just one year later the crest became a little different: the top half was green and the bottom half was red, similar to the crests from and —, but instead of green letters in its center, it now had the letters S, P and I in yellow.
The crest introduced in would be the last for Palestra, because the club would soon become Cruzeiro. This first crest was used for over nine years, until This version of the crest was used until , making it the longest-used crest by Cruzeiro.
Cruzeiro has not always used its official crest on its shirt. In , instead of using its crest, the club opted to simply put the five stars from the Southern Cross on its shirt.
Part way through a new shirt that contained the actual crest was introduced, but instead of just using the regular crest the shirt featured two Copa Libertadores trophies on top of the crest.
In a similar design was used, but now featured a crown, symbolic of the Triple Crown on top of the two trophies. He never meant for it to become the official anthem, but when fans started hearing it they liked it enough to adapt it as the new anthem.
Cartoonist Fernando Pieruccetti, more popularly known as "Mangabeira", created the club's mascot , a raposa Portuguese for fox in the s, as he did for other football clubs from Minas Gerais state league.
He was sly, agile, intelligent and skillful like a fox. The program united 20 mascots from the biggest Brazilian teams and had them competing in series of challenges.
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. The fifth overall player, and second goalkeeper with the most appearances for Cruzeiro is the notorious Raul Plassman , who played a total of games with the team.
The non-Brazilian with the most appearances for the club is the Argentine Roberto Perfumo who made appearances for the club between and He beats Dirceu Lopes by 25 goals on that list, which also has old-timer Niginho goals closing the top 3, being the only ones with over goals for Cruzeiro.
Walter Montillo 's 39 goals make him the non-Brazilian with the most goals for Cruzeiro, a record that would belong to Bolivia national football team vice-captain and striker Marcelo Moreno with 48 goals or Spanish 's striker Fernando Carazo, with 44 goals, had they not become Brazilian nationals.
Trebles — Domestic Triple Crown. Doubles — Domestic Double. In the stadium was torn down and one of the club's social clubs Sede Campestre was built there.
The stadium, which was built in , had an original capacity of about ,,   but over the years that capacity has been reduced, and currently it seats 64, Cruzeiro have had plans to build a new stadium, especially under president Alvimar de Oliveira Costa 's tenure.
The club has private ownership of other facilities though, including two training facilities Toca da Raposa I, which serves the youth division and Toca da Raposa II for the senior squad ,    an administrative headquarters  and two social club facilities.
Cruzeiro is one of the most financially stable Brazilian football clubs. Originally Palestra's support came from the Italian immigrant community.
The working class identity remained when the club became known as Cruzeiro, and the supporters spread beyond the Italian community.
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